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's talk. joining us now from florida, former member of the british parliament, john brown, he is now with euro pacific capital and writer and blogger daniel hannan, he is a member of the parliame parliament, and mark samone, john brown, welcome back. john brown, she'd not go wobbly, john, and this is my favorite. trouble with socialism she said is that they run out of other people's money. how important was margaret thatcher to great britain. >> she she turned it around anda single word for which people died, it was freedom. and from that freedom, against external aggression like the faulkland islands and the first gulf war. freedom from over bearing tax and the freedom from excessive regulation comes enterprise and we had fantastic enterprise, we had a debt repayment schedule in parliament thrilling and britain gained one of the most important things in life. its pride, again, and that's what reagan gave back to the united states. exactly the same. >> now, mr. daniel hannan, welcome to the "kudlow report," sir. i'm a great admirer. we were looking at numbers -- we don't have him yet
tight. it went okay. to john brown, a former member of the british parliament on how the british folks are getting ready for this weekend and how tight security is already now. john? >> yes, it is. of course, we've got to be alert to the fact that terrorism has been around for centuries. but the oxygen of terror is public limelight and public events which create public limelight. but there is a key difference between terror, the atmosphere of terror, and actual terrorist action. even failed terrorists action can aseed terror, like the underwear bombing in the airplane created great disruption to transport. american counter terror is very good, but no nation, britain or america, can protect everybody. and the key is how we as a nation respond. first of all, we must remember that we look at death, we see everyone is going to die and some brutally, unfortunately. but there are roughly 42,000 people died in 2001 in america on the road accidents. hundreds of thousands die of cancer and heart disease every year. and when terrorist action comes, suddenly there is a massive thao those other de
member john brown knew her well, joins me now. juxtaposition today. you think of everything going on right now and john, i dare say, it's like the flip of then. >> yes. i've been listening to your conversation with the last contributor and i think that things will go on in the present downhill way and either of two things occur. one is we get leadership like we had under margaret thatcher and president reagan with people who believed in fundamental principles, particularly the principle of freedom where they didn't just talk like most other politicians, they actually walked the walk and delivered. the other alternative is when the bond markets refuse to buy your debt as happened in europe and forced these governments and politicians to actually act. and the same thing will happen in europe and the united states if we still continue on the present downward path. >> but you think about it, that's what she was warning about, right? this growing state and in the face of that and not in the best environment, she led these very, very big -- some would call them austerity on steroids tod
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a troublemaker and not even mention his name no more unless john brown. i fed troublemaker, jesus christ. they called him a troublemaker. so when all the dust settled disfiguring good can do need to be called a troublemaker. wap back many people do deter me. i'm a troublemaker and i noticed a man in and i know who never giancarlo says eminem right in the fight to take the liquid to keep on clicking, so be it. the stronger i got. i came back from mexico city. it wasn't bad for me and her young son over there. i felt the pain because my son suffered, my wife suffered. all of my kids suffered. when you do shop up your kids and tell them to take her clothes and put it against the law and have your way think you lost your mind. you have to think about the fight goes on. i have to say my kids so when i leave here, my kids will know i still fight to make this a better earth. i threw it in the fireplace until my wife, get about the bad. because when you stand with justice, you loose your job. you lose hearing. you can't pay your electric bills, so you don't have heat the house. the unit income i
>>> governor jerry brown is promoting california to the world's largest emerging market on the trade mission from china. we will get an update from john myers from shanghai. >>> the state continues fighting to regain control of its beleaguered prison after losing another round in court. >>> lawmakers are moving forward to reduce gun violence. >>> plus, sacramento basketball fans jump through more hoops to keep from the kings from leaving town. >>> and the exploratorium coming up next. captioning by vitac, underwritten by fireman's fund >>> good evening. i'm joshua johnson of kqed news. welcome to "this week in northern california." governor brown is continuing the trade mission in china this weekend. he signed agreements between trade between china than california and help one of the polluting nations to improve air quality. he signed for a major development near jack london square. he promoted high speed rail. today, the governor presided over the reopening of california's trade and investment office in shanghai after ten years of it being closed. i spoke with john myer
thought for kansas in 18 50's and britvan did and defended number of the first biography of john brown represented haiti in a scheme to attract african-american immigrants travel to the south under pseudonym before the civil war reporting on slavery abdicated irish home rule and became the leader in new york attempt to create an integrated school system in charleston south carolina and after that -- in the civil war. but there is more. how to edit autobiographies of jefferson and carina davis published it early works of the lisa may escott and found that the most famous lyceum bureau in 19th century america. not bad, right? that is how nast met him. redpath acted as an agent for many the most famous lectures at the time including henry ford preacher and mark twain. redpath are only originated to managemenmanagemen t system for lecturing which made it profitable for the the lecture and therefore brought more people into it and made it more professional but personally identify speakers and saw their participation so in nast casey chased them down. redpath found out that nast was getting
. john, thank you. >> thank you, joshua. >> while governor brown was in china, a federal appeals court denied the lift on the cap on california's prison population. a three-judge panel threatened him and other state officials with contempt of court. brown will fight all the way to the supreme court if he has to. joining us to discuss this and other stories of the week are chuck nevius and josh richman. the politics reporter for the bay news area. josh, why is governor brown being so defiant on this issue? >> he declared victory after getting the prison population decreased through realignment. spinning what had been state prison inmates to county jails and other facilities to bring the population down fast. now he is between a rock and hard place. he is taking a lot of flack from his political foes for letting people out who subsequently may commit crimes. every time there is one that commits a crime, they are critical of it. he has the courts breathing down his neck. you made good progress, but you are not done yet. you still have a major overcrowding problem and problem with provisio
, i would be remiss if we didn't acknowledge our former mayor willie brown and john mayor who has been very supportive. thank you to them as well. i recognize our director, but i think it's important to recognize our board of directors who has been really instrumental in advising this project from a construction standpoint and community standpoint and i want to recognize our directors, art lloyd, gabriel metcalf, director of mta and john, we also have alternate member greg harper, a founding member of the board that will be participating more frequently. i want to thank everyone today. it's been a long process to get here. everyone involved in this project knows. thank you to everyone here. [ applause ] >> i for got to mention that our state senator mark leno has also presented a certificate of recognition to the transbay transit tower. it congratulations on the tower. on this occasion we mark an historic process that will transform san francisco as the 21st century hub. the city skyline creating thousands of jobs and stimulating local economic growth. congratulations and best wishes
they changed the -- [inaudible] laws? >> it was after john brown's raid. >> after john brown's raid. >> in 1859. >> no more at all. >> yeah. the maryland legislature, the day yarrow came in on june 4, 1752, the yabd legislature has taken up a bill to make it more difficult to get freed. man you mission is the process of getting freed. >> yes. >> they made it more difficult, but they still allowed it. there were various things that allowed it. but after john brown's raid on harper's ferry, the maryland legislature said we're just tired of this. nobody's going to get free anymore. and do you know what this family did? this family before the law took effect, they went down and got themselves freed. so everybody in western maryland, all blacks in western maryland that could were either buying their freedom of getting their owners to free them before the law took effect. and, of course, you know, so the humanity takes over these things sometimes. >> we need to let the -- >> request interesting if you reflect on it. it is possible then to reflect on john brown as a form of patriot. >> right. >> we ha
, right, of the power and inspiration that your words will have. of course, his words affected john brown. it affected the abolitionists in boston and so forth. and so when -- i had to pause for a long time. in fact, it took me three long days after elijah's birth before i actually named him elijah, after elijah lovejoy. it's a hard thing to name your son after someone who was martyred. but i wanted to -- when i say my son's name, i wanted to remember that change is possible. that when you stand up and do the right thing and ask for something to be redesigned, that that's a noble and right thing. >> but here's what you're up against. the energy industry very easily got a loophole placed in federal legislation just a few years ago which exempts fracking from many of the country's major -- >> yes. >> -- environmental protection laws, including the safe drinking water act. is that correct? >> that's right. >> so what does that tell you? >> well, what it means is that it's an outlaw enterprise. that it has succeeded in exempting itself from our nation's foremost environmental laws so our fede
brown and john mayor who has been very supportive. thank you to them as well. i recognize our director, but i think it's important to recognize our board of directors who has been really instrumental in advising this project from a construction standpoint and community standpoint and i want to recognize our directors, art lloyd, gabriel metcalf, director of mta and john, we also have alternate member greg harper, un
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brown weighs the costs of overhauling the california environmental quality act. >>> and john myers reports on the governor's hopes of partnering with china in the fight against climate change. >> it is not just commerce that is moving through china to the west, it is air pollution and greenhouse gasses. >> coming up next. captioning by vitac, underwritten by fireman's fund >>> good evening. i'm joshua johnson. welcome to "this week in northern california." the manhunt is over for a suspect accused of the attack on the boston marathon. police have arrested dzhokhar tsarnaev in a boston suburb. meanwhile, a boy from contra costa county is recovering from the bombing. a family of aaron hearn said he could be released from the hospital soon. >>> there is plenty to discuss. joining us are paul rogers, environmental writer for the san jose news. jaxon van derbeken, reporter for the san francisco chronicle. and emil guillermo, a blogger for the asian-american legal defense. welcome. immigration in congress is getting attention these days on the farms and the sill valley. both rely on immi
. connell: all right. so john brown joins us now and i would think we've had a lot of different views as we like to have on the show throughout the hour, charles payne thinks that stockman is over the top and others say he might be on to something. tell us. >> i have great sympathy for what he's saying and agree largely with what he's saying with one major exception and that is, he says that the people at the top of the fed there know what they're doing. i know they know very well what they're doing. connell: what do you mean by that? >> i think the fed is working and has been working for politicians for a long time. despite that he says it's not not working for them and globalist competition. if you look at what's happened, the 98% reduction in the value of the dollar since the fed opened doors in 1914 to today is an amazing thing. the 26% depreciation in the dollar in the last 10 years and so-called free market is manipulated. they openly admit manipulating interest rates in the bond markets, the stock markets, they opened short positions in precious metals all to distort the truth, publi
valuable for us. john brown, former member of the british parliament served owrn thatcher. thank you, appreciate it. >> very sad, but thank you. connell: back to the present day issues in the united states, and the senate back in session today just in time for president obama's budget proposal set for wednesday, and joined in studio by jason riley. board member, good to see you as well. it'll be interesting to see how the week plays out, but looks if you watch what happened over the weekend, the liberals, people in president obama's camp are getting nervous about the budget proposal wanting no cuts. what do you think of all of this? >> well, the thinking is that the president's budget is an olive branch on entitlement reform to republicans, adjustment in the cost of living adjustments of social security, maybe save some money over time, the ten-year out budget productions. connell: when you say, "the thinking is," i'm betting you don't buy into it. >> that's right. bernie sanders, the vermont liberal slammed the proposal over the weekend, aarp doesn't like it, big labor doesn't like
, but they still go bankrupt. >> brown: house speaker john boehner, meanwhile, rejected the president's demands for close to $1 trillion in new revenues. >> the president calls this his "compromise" budget, but his bottom line is this: "my way or the highway." if that's the case, then i'm not very optimistic. >> brown: still, treasury secretary jack lew said today the administration is optimistic a budget deal can be reached this year. and we look at this more closely now with: jared bernstein-- he served as chief economist and adviser to vice president biden from 2009 to 2011 and is now a senior fellow at the center on budget and policy priorities; max ritchman is president of the national committee to preserve social security and medicare, an advocacy group; and joseph antos is an economist at the american enterprise institute, whose research includes medicare and health care system reform. welcome to all of you. >> thank you. >> brown: jared, first of all, start with social security and this chained c.p.i. explain that to us. >> want to jump right in, huh? >>. >> brown: yes. how is it differ
tsarnaev in court. john? >> our thanks to tampa brown in massachusetts where tsarnaev is being held now. we want to go to russia right now. we have new information out of russia. nick what is the latest out of moscow? >> it is a complex chain of events here, but it leads to a village at dagestan last night where at 5:00 in the morning russian special forces killed two militants they are linked through their own investigations here, tangent links between them and tamerlan tsarnaev. tsarnaev was linked to a man off his youtube page. we don't know if they met, but tamerlan was interested in his activities. that man was killed in december, but in his group are a number of other militants. one of them was killed last night by russian special forces in dagestan. they surrounded the house he was in. there appears to be a standoff and quite a violent end. we know these men were linked, not only have we seen pictures of them hanging out together in the forest, you can see some of these pictures here. we also have seen a police wanted list at a police station in russia showing these men, showing them
years are likely to decline. >> brown: john's report was part of the "american graduate" project, a public media initiative funded by the corporation for public broadcasting. >> brown: next tonight, the changing nature of power and wielding it. ray suarez has our book conversation. >> suarez: in the 21st century, is the power that comes with running things-- governments, armies, religions-- all that it used to be? in "the end of power," moises naim of the carnegie endowment for international peace argues that power as we've understood it for a long time is both harder to use and to keep. he joins me now. governments are bigger than they've ever been, armies more powerful and about to project power more than they've ever been. banks also big enough to take down whole continents much less countries. how could power be harder to use? >> in each of those examples you have situations where -- that shows that size no longer matters as much. think about the taliban and the army they are facing the coalition army of some of the most modern sophisticated military ever assembled. well, the
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